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Buddhadharma : Winter 2007
winter 2007| 74 |buddhadharma “A charming book. . . . Shows readers, with humor and zest, how to live in the now and change our futures. For most collections.” —Library Journal “Enthusiastically recommended and ‘u ser friendly’ reading for anyone seeking to enhance their spirituality, deal with life’s stresses, and improve their physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.” —Midwest Book Review “Draws on Eastern and We stern philosophy, modern science, and personal experience. . . . He speaks as one who has sur vived the muck and mire and retained his childlike wonder and enthusiasm.” —New Age Retailer “This wonderful little book shows that we can overcome the obstacles to happiness." — ReverseSpins.com Power Press • www.power-press.com Available at neighborhood and online bookstores. Zen and the Art of Happiness by Chris Prentiss ISBN: 978-0-943015-53-8•160 pp, trade paperback, $10.95 The Mind & Life Institute is recruiting a 589 West Street, Louisville CO 80027 Phone: 720.891.4292 Fax: 303.665.5597 Email: email@example.com Website: www.mindandlife.org Chief to lead our growing development department and be part of our senior management team. For more information and to apply please visit: www.mindandlife.org and click on career opportunities. Officer Development